Caitlyn Jenner Not Kendall’s “Real Dad”?

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Caitlyn Jenner Real Dad Kendall Todd Waterman

By Shari Weiss |

Caitlyn Jenner Real Dad Kendall Todd Waterman

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Caitlyn Jenner IS Kendall Jenner’s “real dad,” despite a new report claiming otherwise. Gossip Cop can correct the story.

Wednesday’s new edition of the National Enquirer blares, “Sex-Change Caitlyn’s Not Kendall’s Real Dad!” The accompanying story says “yet another paternity bombshell has hit the Kardashian clan.” The supermarket tabloid claims, “With rumors still swirling that O.J. Simpson fathered Khloe, the latest shocker is that Caitlyn Jenner may not be 20-year-old model Kendall’s real dad!”

So, who would it be then? “Buzz blew up that her mom Kris’ former fling, soccer stud Todd Waterman, is her father,” claims the magazine, writing, “Tellingly, comparing pictures of Kendall and Todd only adds fuel to the fire — the two boast mirror jawlines, browlines and smiles!”

“Kendall is worried her whole life is a lie,” a so-called “family insider” dramatically alleges, with it further being said the teen is now “demanding a DNA test.” The supposed source adds, “Kendall wants to get to the bottom of this as soon as possible.

Of course, given that the outlet is still trying to peddle the played-out story about Khloe’s paternity, this new daddy dilemma obviously needs to be taken with a grain of salt. And pointing the finger at Waterman doesn’t make much sense. He and Kris hooked up while she was married to Robert Kardashian, and the affair had ended by the time the matriarch got together with Caitlyn, then known as Bruce Jenner.

Furthermore, both Kris and Waterman, who has run to the gossip rags many times, have openly spoken about their dalliances. Never have either suggested Kendall could be a product of their rendezvous. This is just the National Enquirer grasping at straws and putting a sensational twist on it all because of Caitlyn’s transition. In other words, it’s tabloid trash.


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